WARRINGTON Town have boosted their attack with the signing of striker Jamie McDonald.

The Guardian can reveal that Yellows have moved to bring in the 24-year-old from North West Counties Premier Division side City of Liverpool, for whom he has scored eight goals already this season.

McDonald’s arrival supplements a Warrington strike force that is without injured top scorer Tony Gray and the departed Ruben Jerome.

McDonald goes straight into contention for Town's trip to Rushall Olympic on Saturday, kick off 3pm.

Yellows boss Paul Carden is confident McDonald can make the step up to Evo-Stik Premier Division level and says he has "something they need."

“We haven’t had that attacking edge in the past few games and hopefully Jamie can give us that,” he said.

“He is somebody who has been floating about the lower leagues for a few years. He’s got something we need.

“We’ve watched him a few times and he’ll give us hunger and work rate. He’s quick, wiry and he’s got a bit of a nasty streak in him.

“He’s got all the attributes and he knows where the back of the net is.”